Ubisoft announces Uplay+, a premium version of their gaming service that will
offer access to an entire roster of their games for a single monthly
subscription fee. This will launch on September 3rd, and will also be available
through Google's new Stadia service. A free trial will be offered for those who
sign up between now and mid-August through the
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Today at E3, Ubisoft announced that Uplay+, its new subscription
service, will launch on September 3, 2019, for Windows PC. For $14.99/month,
players will have unlimited access to download more than 100 games, including
new releases, the latest released games, back catalog, premium editions and
additional content packs. Players who sign up for Uplay+ between June 10 and
August 15 will be able to access* a free trial of Uplay+ from September 3 to
September 30. Uplay+ will also be available on the new generation gaming
platform, Stadia, in 2020.
Uplay+ will give players the opportunity to discover the best Ubisoft games on
PC, with unlimited access to more than 100 games, including DLC**, right at
launch on September 3. In addition, subscribers will automatically be included
in beta access and early access programs for upcoming titles***, including the
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint closed beta on September 5, and the Tom
Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint Ultimate Edition on October 1 – three days
prior to the game’s worldwide launch.
With Uplay+, subscribers will have access to download Ubisoft’s growing catalog
of 100+ games, including:
- Upcoming Releases: Watch Dogs®: Legion, Tom
Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint, Rainbow Six® Quarantine, Gods & Monsters™
- Latest Released Games: Tom Clancy’s The Division®
2, Assassin’s Creed® Odyssey, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege, Far Cry® 5,
Anno 1800™ and more.
- Classic Ubisoft Titles: Titles from the Far Cry
and Rayman franchises, Prince of Persia®, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell®,
Beyond Good & Evil® and more.
- Beloved PC Franchises: Heroes of Might and Magic,
Silent Hunter, The Settlers, Anno and more.